The Geto Boys' first album received very little attention on a national scale. At the time, Scarface and Willie D were not even in the group. Rap-A-Lot Records brought them in after Making Trouble's release, subbing them in for Sire Jukebox and Johnny C. It's an album that is forgotten about in the Geto Boys and Rap-A-Lot catalog, and rightfully so.
Once Scarface and Willie D were on board, the Geto Boys became one of the most beloved southern rap groups in history, and their We Can't Be Stopped LP hit platinum status off the success of their undeniable smash "Mind Playing Tricks on Me." And of course, Scarface would go on to have a legendary solo career too, becoming arguably the most well-respected MC the South has ever produced.